Vitruvian Man – a drawing depicting the figure of a naked man with his arms spread apart, describing a circle and a square, in two, superimposed one on the other, positions. This drawing, made by Leonardo around 1490-1492, is sometimes called canonical proportions. Any of you can get more detailed information about these proportions from the Internet. For our topic today, it is interesting that followers of Leonardo da Vinci, who studied the Golden Section rule, found it universal and applicable not only to nature, but also to man, for example, in architecture, music and art. Is managing finance, business, economics not art? Continue reading
As practice has shown, a significant part of the entrepreneurs who attended my regular seminars “Management Accounting and Budgeting. A new look at the management of business economics ”, when meeting with me, they say something like this:“ Everything is clear, everything is simple, but for some reason it’s impossible to organize accounting and planning in your organization ”.
It does not work out for various reasons: someone cannot separate us from current expenses, someone confuses basic staff with administrative ones, and someone is still not “friendly” with very convenient Excel program. Continue reading